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Originally Posted by downforce137 Yeah you'll have to drill into the flares.. False statement....


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Old 01-11-2018, 01:06 PM   #21 (permalink)
 
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Yeah you'll have to drill into the flares..
False statement.




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Originally Posted by Smokeshow60 View Post
False statement.
I have a gen 1, and while I could have possibly gotten away with not drilling, I was more concerned about keeping the flaps attached to my truck
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Originally Posted by downforce137 View Post
I have a gen 1, and while I could have possibly gotten away with not drilling, I was more concerned about keeping the flaps attached to my truck
Sorry. Didn't consider that... I do advise the addition of some 3m double sided tape insurance
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Originally Posted by dizzydog View Post
Quite right.

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hmmmm.....those look a little off for that particular vehicle. I think I want something a little less cheap looking.
I'm intrigued by your response. What looks cheap about the Husky mud flaps to you? Have you found some that did not look cheap? I am not the least bit defensive because that is what I put on my truck, but I bought them for the exact opposite reason of what you stated. I thought they blended in really well and looked kind of stock. They would not do well for off-road use because they are too rigid, but I thought they looked a lot nicer than the thinner and more flexible models.
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Originally Posted by Jeff-Ohio View Post
I'm intrigued by your response. What looks cheap about the Husky mud flaps to you? Have you found some that did not look cheap? I am not the least bit defensive because that is what I put on my truck, but I bought them for the exact opposite reason of what you stated. I thought they blended in really well and looked kind of stock. They would not do well for off-road use because they are too rigid, but I thought they looked a lot nicer than the thinner and more flexible models.
Personal opinion they look rigid and plastic. I prefer the look of the Gatorbacks which look like a heavy duty rubber and higher end.
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Rokblokz look ok.
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Originally Posted by dizzydog View Post
Personal opinion they look rigid and plastic. I prefer the look of the Gatorbacks which look like a heavy duty rubber and higher end.
Appreciate your feedback. Differing opinions is what makes the world fun and interesting. What you saw as negatives is what I saw as positives and vice versa. Some guys like thin women, some like them fat. You must like them fat :) (Just kidding).
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Originally Posted by Jeff-Ohio View Post
Appreciate your feedback. Differing opinions is what makes the world fun and interesting. What you saw as negatives is what I saw as positives and vice versa. Some guys like thin women, some like them fat. You must like them fat :) (Just kidding).
I agree Jeff, I think they, even though I don't like the looks of mud flaps, I think the huskies look better than the rubber ones.

And I like thin women (not kidding) :-D
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Mud on a truck? Oh noes!
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